Business Card Examples for People in Fashion Biz
For fashion brands and fashion designers, having an attractive business card is one of the necessary tools for marketing. Some clothing brands even use their business cards as hang tags so that people who are buying their products know where to find them online or how to contact them or find their outlets. Just like any other business cards, fashion cards should also include the basic contact details such as address, phone numbers and email addresses. Important also to include are the locations or outlets, Facebook Fan page, etc.
For inspiration, we decided to round up today some 14 business card designs for fashion brands, fashion stylists and boutiques. To know more about each design, simply follow the text link provided below each preview image. We did not design these cards. The purpose of this post is only to point you to designs that you can use as inspiration in designing your own business cards. Have fun!
01-KI Kinnunen Identity
Visual identity for fashion designer KI Kinnunen. Created in 2010, the design features a very minimalistic approach, with only the logo on the face on the card and printed using textured paper.
02-Dotline Business Card and other branding materials
DOTLINE Importadora S.A. de C.V. is a new store for high-class teen couture. Focused on young rich spenders, they import clothes from Japan, Milan and London, and they also support some clothes and accessories from Mexican designers. The idea was to make some radical, aggressive, distorted kind of feel, without loosing the minimalistic touch.
03-Ago go Branding
Identity design, which include a set of business cards, for a fashion collection. The brand features geometric designs with strong colors and unique pieces, which is an unconventional interpretation of items in everybody’s wardrobe – ties and underwear included. Is a continuous experiment with graphic details and elements that make it the key point of the clothes.
04-Business Cards and Hang Tags
Little Louise is a children’s wear boutique, which caters to girls aged 4-8 years old. Clean, simple, chic, in muted colors and free of overemphasized branding, Little Louise clothing can provide young girls with understated elegance, allowing the wearer to remain the center of attention. These were not only designed to cope with everyday activities but also to look good on casual occasions.
05-Business Card Lovit Crew
New business card for a lovit crew.
06-Fashion Loves People Business Cards and Hang-tags
Fashion Loves People is an ethically focused apparel company, currently in San Francisco. IN HAUS Press designed/printed business cards and hang-tags for their tees from recycled birch veneer scraps. The business cards are two-sided, one color and features slim design.
07-Business cards and price tags for Cruel Candy.
Here’s a retro business card design for a company that sells handmade clothing and accessories. The cards are mostly inspired by images and music from the 50s and 60s.
08-KHETKHUM Clothing Business Cards
Business card and logo design for an African clothing brand. The design reflects the company’s slogan, “creating a new experience with every piece made.”
09-Rent & Dress Business Card
Logo and business card design for a company that rents dresses.
10-Business Card for Salvo Rizza Fashion Collection
Business card design for a fashion designer and seamstress.
12-Business card for a fashion show (Spring-Summer 2012) in Paris
13-Waffo Promotional 08-09
This collection showcases collateral for Waffo Clothing. Includes promotional fliers, line sheets and business cards.
14-Edge of Ember Branding
Socially conscious company Edge of Ember needed a modern but feminine logo to represent their fashion philanthropy brand. Described as ‘an evolving series of accessories handcrafted by local artisans in developing Asia’, the company collaborates with people in places like Cambodia, Nepal and Vietnam and reinvests part of their profits back into the communities.